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Manna is the food produced for the Israelites in the desert, as described in the Biblical book of Exodus.
Manna may also refer to:
- Manna, ancient Land of Mannaeans, in present-day northwestern Iran
- Metropolitan AIDS Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance
- the Gothic word for "man", related to the *mannaz rune
- Manna (album), an album by the band Bread
- Manna (novel), a novel by Marshall Brain
- crystallized products of plant sap, especially when rich in sugars and used as a source of food by people or animals, in particular saps of:
- Operation Manna, a World War II British airborne operation in Greece
- Zohar Manna, an American computer scientist
- Manna, Banmauk, a village in Burma
- Manna, Greece, a village in Corinthia, Greece
- Manna (horse), winner of the 1925 Epsom Derby
- Manna (gymnastics), a gymnastics skill.
- Manna (gum tree), Eucalyptus viminalis
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